The last few months have ushered a digital acceleration on an unprecedented scale and scope, and there is a prevailing sense that many of these new trends are sustainable over the long term. Service providers have added a significant amount of capacity to meet the sudden spikes in demand. However, the demands on their networks are only expected to increase: the need for capacity (upstream and downstream), low latency, service velocity, and elasticity. Unlike the short-term remediation to which operators resorted recently, meeting market requirements in 2021 and beyond will require more permanent, sustainable, and flexible solutions.
Operators need to optimize investments and align allocation with short-term business needs and long-term business goals.
To help you find out which development and technologies will be key to staying ahead in 2021, we would like to share with you this analyst report, where you can read about:
- Mid and High Split
- Enabling 10G and beyond with the distributed access architecture (DAA)
- Unlocking agility and elasticity by virtualizing the headend
- DOCSIS 4.0
- Passive Optical Network (PON) solutions
- Low latency DOCSIS
- Improved Wi-Fi performance and reliability throughout the home with Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E
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